During Saturday’s episode of AEW Collision, AEW President Tony Khan announced that Bryan Danielson will be at next year’s All In 2024 pay-per-view event at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
Danielson missed this year’s All In 2023 pay-per-view event due to a broken arm.
However, with the show almost a year away, it’s anyone’s guess what Danielson’s role will be at the event.
Danielson previously announced that 2024 will be his final year as a full-time active wrestler.
Khan also announced a new round-robin tournament called the Continental Classic that will feature twelve wrestlers competing in a tournament similar to the G1 Climax in NJPW.
One of those wrestlers will be Danielson, making his return after suffering a fractured orbital bone.
The tournament will commence on AEW Dynamite in Chicago, IL on November 22 with the finals scheduled for AEW Worlds End 2023 on December 30.
You can check out Khan’s announcement below:
Just announced by #AEW CEO & GM @TonyKhan–
The #AEWContinentalClassic, a round-robin tournament featuring 12 of #AEW’s top stars, kicks off on #AEWDynamite LIVE on 11/22 in Chicago!
The first entrant?
The American Dragon @bryandanielson!
Watch #AEWCollision On TNT! pic.twitter.com/6pC9jHEWXd
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) November 12, 2023
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Bryan Danielson Set to Return at AEW’s All In 2024 Event
During the latest episode of AEW Collision, AEW President Tony Khan made an exciting announcement regarding Bryan Danielson’s future in the company. Khan revealed that Danielson will be making his return at next year’s All In 2024 pay-per-view event, which will take place at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
This news comes as a relief to fans who were disappointed when Danielson missed this year’s All In 2023 event due to a broken arm. With the show still almost a year away, it remains uncertain what role Danielson will play at the event. However, his presence alone is sure to generate a lot of excitement and anticipation among wrestling enthusiasts.
It is worth noting that Danielson has previously announced that 2024 will be his final year as a full-time active wrestler. This adds an extra layer of significance to his return at All In 2024, as fans will have limited opportunities to see him perform in the ring after that.
In addition to the announcement about Danielson’s return, Khan also revealed a new round-robin tournament called the Continental Classic. This tournament will feature twelve wrestlers competing in a format similar to NJPW’s G1 Climax. One of the participants in this tournament will be Bryan Danielson himself, who is making his comeback after suffering a fractured orbital bone.
The Continental Classic is set to commence on AEW Dynamite in Chicago, IL on November 22, with the finals scheduled for AEW Worlds End 2023 on December 30. This tournament promises to showcase some of AEW’s top stars and provide fans with thrilling matches and intense competition.
The announcement made by Tony Khan was shared on Twitter by All Elite Wrestling, and fans can watch the video to get more details about the Continental Classic and Bryan Danielson’s involvement.
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As Bryan Danielson prepares to make his highly anticipated return at AEW’s All In 2024 event, wrestling fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to witness his final year as a full-time active wrestler. With his incredible talent and the exciting lineup of events announced by AEW, the future of professional wrestling looks brighter than ever.